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What does IOL stand for?

IOL stands for Information Overload


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95 IEEE PCS professional engineering communication series; 2 T58 Conversations at the 2008 International Professional Communication Conference in Montreal led to a project to gather perspectives on information overload from such fields as communication, information, journalism, linguistics, and psychology.
Dave Crenshaw, Daniel Forrester, Maggie Jackson, William Powers, and Jonathan Spira to speak on their recent books relating to information overload NEW YORK, June 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Five influential authors who have written books on aspects of information overload will come together in a "virtual literary salon" produced by IORG - the Information Overload Research Group.
If there's one thing that I hear over and over from the experts, including the IABC Research Foundation's think tank, it's that information overload is affecting everyone.
And organizations directly involved in financial statement preparation said the issue of information overload and disclosure effectiveness needed to be addressed at a more fundamental level and should involve the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the American Institute of CPAs.
Online event to focus on problem and spotlight solutions to help managers and policymakers cope with loss of productivity NEW YORK, July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Information Overload Awareness Day, a new workplace observance that calls attention to the problem of information overload and how it impacts both individuals and organizations, will take place on August 12, 2009.
The white paper discusses the growing problem of information overload and presents recent statistical data suggesting that a growing number of people are spending inordinate amounts of time in repetitive search and retrieval functions, which ultimately have an adverse affect on their productivity.